Maximilian Beier’s association with Liverpool has no basis in fact…An Italian journalist denies it

Maximilian Beier's association with Liverpool has no basis in fact...An Italian journalist denies it Transfers

Liverpool has strengthened its midfielders in this summer’s transfer market and is now competing for the Premier League title. Despite lingering injuries to Thiago Alcantara and Stefan Bajcetic, the team has been able to rotate well.

They also have strong players in the forwards and defenders, but the average age of their final line is increasing, and they have been working to acquire a left-handed center back this summer.

With Joel Matip’s injury and its growing importance, a young Bundesliga player was reportedly targeted to add depth to the attacking lineup.

That name is Hoffenheim forward Maximilian Beier. He is a gem of a player, scoring two goals in five games for the German U-21 national team, but according to Fabrizio Romano, an Italian journalist, he denies any connection with Liverpool, although he admits that many scouts are following his movements.

“Despite stories in the German press about Liverpool eyeing Max Beier, I’m not aware of negotiations at this stage.”

“Liverpool are always very attentive to the German market, so for sure they’re scouting a lot of players, but this is still nothing advanced or concrete. Beier is very good player and many clubs are keeping a close eye on him.”


The 21-year-old striker spent last season with Hannover before returning to Hoffenheim, where he has six goals and four assists in 13 games. His recent successes have led to a rapid rise in his reputation in Europe, and his current situation is one of pull and plenty.

However, his contract is still up until June 2027, and any club looking to acquire him will need to spend a good amount of money. With Egyptian international Mohamed Salah rumored to be on the move to Saudi Arabia, a young striker to replace him is a position that needs reinforcement.

Still, it is not a priority position, as the player is better at playing as a center forward than as a right winger. As reported by Italian journalists, it is unlikely that Liverpool will make a move for him, but a Premier League challenge is possible.